Federal Grants & Contracts
Collaborative Grants & Contracts
Collaborative Grants & Contracts
We have established a wide network of researchers, clinicians, and other professionals who support the objectives of 3-C ISD through collaboration and consultation. We also obtain subcontracts through our Interlink Training Dissemination Services, working with research conference and training directors to develop customized websites that support academic and research collaboration.
PI: NEAL RYAN, MD
TERM: 08/03 - 06/14
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant on NIH RePORTER): This R-25 application requests a second five years of funding to support an ongoing, successful five-site, interdisciplinary training consortium in Child Intervention Prevention, and Services mental health research (CHIPS). Each year the CHIPS program provides a new cohort of sixteen early career scientists who are postdoctoral fellows or junior faculty, with career enhancement and direction through an annual 5-day intensive summer research institute and then a subsequent year of intensive one-on-one telephone and in-person mentoring with one of the institute faculty.
SPONSORED BY EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE CONSORTIUM AND NIRN
PI: DEAN FIXSEN, PHD
TERM: 06/09 - 07/14
The goal of implementation science is to establish the complex components necessary to achieve high-quality, long-term outcomes for recipients of human services. The practice of implementation involves putting these components into action. Across a multitude of domains such as human services, health services, and education, evidence supports purposeful, active, and effective approaches to implementation, organization change, and system transformation. Organizing implementation research into a common knowledge-base and establishing multi-disciplinary communities that will use and expand this knowledge can benefit children, families, adults, communities, and societies around the globe. In July 2011, the first biennial Global Implementation Conference will bring together the most knowledgeable and active people in the field to advance the practice and science of implementation.
PI: DAVID J. KUPFER, MD
TERM: 06/06 - 02/15
The goals of the CDI for Bipolar Disorder are to enhance their repertoire of research "survival skills," providing continuing support in their transition to independent investigation, fostering shared learning experiences with other investigators at similar developmental stages, and establishing a network of junior investigators and senior mentors across the country interested in bipolar research.
PI: DAVID J. KUPFER, MD
TERM: 12/03 - 11/11
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant on NIH RePORTER): The past decade has witnessed a dwindling number of physician scientists who pursue clinical research careers in the mental health arena and a high dropout rate among those who do. This proposal will continue a three-year collaboration between the University of Pittsburgh and Stanford University for the successful series of annual Research Career Development Institutes (CDI) for a broad-based group of promising junior physicians and PhDs, particularly women, minorities, and those from relatively less research-intensive departments of psychiatry, in order to provide necessary skills and support to have successful research careers in academic psychiatry.
CENTER FOR MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES (NIH)
PI: MARLEEN WONG, LCSW, PHD, BRADLEY STEIN, MD, PHD, MPH
TERM: 09/09 - 09/12
The Trauma Services Adaptation (TSA) Center for Resiliency, Hope, and Wellness in Schools strives to promote trauma-informed school systems that provide a nurturing environment for students who have been exposed to trauma.
PI: LUIS ZAYAS, PHD
TERM: 03/10 - 02/12
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant on NIH RePORTER): The objectives of the scientific meetings comprising this conference, titled "Adapting Interventions for Diverse Ethnocultural Families," are to advance knowledge and methods on integrating cultural constructs into extant interventions. We propose to bring together leading scholars in child and adolescent mental health, behavioral sciences, and intervention research to address five objectives: (1) to generate and refine conceptual models for adaptation that can generalize to diverse groups; (2) to identify and develop theoretically based methodologies for adapting extant interventions; (3) to foster dialogue among intervention developers and intervention adapters on navigating between the core elements of interventions and adaptation processes; (4) to support the development and testing of models, theories and methods for intervention adaptation by investigators, especially junior researchers; and (5) disseminate meeting content through print and state-of-the-art electronic media made accessible to the public, clinicians, and investigators around the world through our interactive website.
PI: MARC ATKINS, PHD
TERM: 06/08 - 03/13
DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant on NIH RePORTER): The primary goal of this proposed DCISIR is to address the mental health needs of children living in urban poverty by advancing research and practice to support the inherent capacity of schools to promote children's mental health. The proposed Center for the Study of Schools as a Context for Urban Children's Mental Health is a virtual center based at the University of Illinois Chicago, linking research programs of leading investigators in education and mental health services research at the University of Virginia, the University of Tennessee, and the Medical University of South Carolina along with leading programs in biostatistics (University of Illinois Chicago) and mental health practice (Community Mental Health Council).
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